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Re: fun (not so much) with funopen
On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 01:21:06PM -0700, Bruce Korb wrote:
> The glue is important because I've released software that depends upon
> funopen() that likely won't disappear for years into the future.
> So it will be some years after your new interface comes along that
> my stuff will be able to cope. I still have clients using Guile 1.6,
> lo these many years after Guile 1.8 and now 2.0 have been released.
You never do maintenance updates to old branches?
> >>>What do you think?
> >>If you're going to break something, then go whole hog and fix it so
> >>you won't have to break the API ever again. :)
> >How does an ops struct do that? You still have an API flag day
> API flag *YEARS*. That's my point. It isn't a day. It is years.
(What Mouse said...)
> A struct does it by using an initializer that stamps it with the
> initializer version.
NO NO PLEASE NO DOES THIS LOOK LIKE WINDOWS TO YOU
David A. Holland
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